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Becoming a Science Teacher?

MiniDJBeirneMiniDJBeirne Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
I am currently looking at TCNJ and Rutgers and am trying to make a decision on where I want to go. I know TCNJ has a 4 year program and Rutgers has a 5 year thing. I want to teach physical sciences, not so much Biology and Chemistry but more like Physics, Astronomy, and Earth Sciences. If I attend TCNJ, I have to Major in Physics and get my teaching degree, but how does the teaching program for this work at Rutgers? Thanks!
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